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Barium Sulphate Nanoparticles: The majority of naturally occurring barium sulphate (BaSO4) is used in oil and natural gas production. Barium sulphate is used to increase the density of drilling muds and in this way, rocks can move freely and thus prevents the borehole from becoming blocked up. Technical applications include fillers and additives in products such as linings for brake pads and clutches as well as floor linings.
Barium Sulphate Nanoparticles: The medical field makes use of barium sulphate in X-ray contrast agents and in bone cement where in most cases a mixture of micro- and nano-scaled particles is used. Synthetically produced barium sulphate is known as "permanent white" and is used mainly in the paint industry (base coat and fillers in automotive coatings, industrial coatings, paints for the construction, wood and printing industries).
Barium Sulphate Nanoparticles: Barium sulfate is widely used as a radio-opaque agent or X-ray contrast agent to diagnose gastrointestinal medical conditions. It is also used in oil well drilling fluids, and concrete-based radiation shields. It also has applications in root canal fillings, pigments, paints, adhesives, paper coatings, fillers in plastics, linoleum, brake linings, pyrotechnic compositions, textiles, rubber and catalyst supports.
Barium sulfate, BaSO4, is made by reacting barium hydroxide and other barium sources with sulfuric acid and has a long history as a translucent white pigment. Barium sulfate can be formed in various shapes such as planar, starred, or spherical structures depending on the formulation condition, especially the supersaturation of its barium source, and the internal pore size also changes
Barium Sulphate Nanoparticles: Barium sulfate (BaSO4) is a white, heavy insoluble powder that occurs in nature as the mineral barite. Almost 80 percent of world consumption of barium sulfate is in drilling muds for oil. It is also used as a pigment in paints, where it is known as blanc fixe (i.e., “permanent white”) or as lithopone when mixed with zinc sulfide. The sulfate is widely used as a filler in paper and rubber and finds an important application as an opaque medium in the X-ray examination of the gastrointestinal tract.
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